Corrie's Sally vows to resign from the council

Susannah Alexander
Photo credit: ITV

From Digital Spy

Coronation Street's Sally Metcalfe faced further heartbreak on Wednesday night (April 12), as she made the tough decision to resign from her position at the local council.

Sally (Sally Dynevor) has already been experiencing terror as she's been receiving threatening texts, had a pig's heart sent to her in the post - and even read her own death notice in the newspaper.

After she struggled to make a speech at the town hall, her husband Tim (Joe Duttine) was convinced that her stalker was in the crowd.

He ended up getting into trouble with the police after confronting the suspect and stamping on her phone.

And when Tim returned home later, he admitted to Sally that he is afraid of losing her - because he fears that her stalker might actually try to kill her.

A devastated Sally quickly broke down in her husband's arms, telling him: "I don't want to do it anymore, I can't do it anymore.

"I'm going to resign from the council. They've won."

Photo credit: ITV

We can now expect to see Sally's daughters, Rosie (Helen Flanagan) and Sophie (Brooke Vincent), take on the task of tracking down the culprit.

The duo make their way to the Gazette's office, only for Rosie to come face to face with the photographer who previously twisted her words in an article.

Rosie is quick to demand that he gives her the information she needs – and she and Sophie soon get themselves an address for the stalker.

That leads them to a woman named Leah (Molly McGlynn), who claims that it's actually her mum who's the culprit.

But can Leah be trusted?

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